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How to Use Built-In Ad Blocker in Google Chrome

Hello, readers good morning, in today’s post I’m gonna show you how to use a built-in-ad blocker in Google Chrome. When you visit a website and see a lot of annoying ads and pop-ups it distracts your focus and concentration as well. 

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Apart from this, there are malicious ads with malware, scams, and viruses which access your personal data from your PC. Website ads are a major source of income for web browser developers. On the Chrome Web Store, there are many third-party extensions and plugins to stop ads but sadly they also collect our personal data for advertising and marketing purposes.

If you don’t want to install a third-party extension, then you can use Google Chrome’s built-in ad blocker to block annoying ads and pop-ups. Though the built-in ad blocker is not as good as some of the ad-blocker extensions, it can block most of the video ads, malicious ads, and pop-ups too. 

Steps to block Ads on Chrome:

1. Open the site in Google Chrome Browser.

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2. Now in the address bar, click the padlock beside the URL bar.

3. Next, click on ‘site settings’.

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4. The ‘Site Settings’ page will open separately and scroll down to find ‘ads’.

5. By default, it will be ‘Block (default)‘.

6. Choose ‘Block’ from the -down menu.

7. You can now close the settings tab.

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8. Now ‘Reload‘ the page to apply your updated settings to the site.

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So this was all about Google Chrome built-in ad blocker to stop ads. If you still have any doubts related to this, please drop your queries in the comments section below.

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Mukesh Patidar
Mukesh Patidar
I am a professional tech writer and YouTuber. Tech writing and video creation is a passion for me. Basically, I enjoy exploring new technologies, tips, tricks and much more. Currently, I am focussing on it.


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